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    SubjectRe: [PATCH] i386 No-Idle-Hz aka Dynamic-Ticks 3
    Hi!

    > > > What happens when you disable it at runtime before suspending?
    > > >
    > > > echo 0 > /sys/devices/system/dyn_tick/dyn_tick0/enable
    > >
    > > This has no effect. The system stalls at exactly the same point. The
    > > last lines on my screen are:
    >
    > Ok perhaps on the resume side instead. When trying to resume can you try
    > booting with 'dyntick=disable'. Note this isn't meant to be a long term fix
    > but once we figure out where the problem is we should be able to code around
    > it.

    Can you reproduce it using plain swsusp?

    We probably need more carefull suspend/resume support on timer with dyntick
    enabled.

    With vanilla, timer just ticks on constant rate; no state to save.
    With dyntick, however...
    Pavel
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